The entire show was dedicated to the members of the Zo Train trying to prove to Enzo Amore that they are worthy of being under the guidance of the Cruiserweight Champion. Almost the entire roster is stuck in this one storyline and when that one storyline is falling flat, it makes for a difficult show. In saying that each match was good, but the story behind it al is just silly.
Akira Tozawa defeated Drew Gulak in a Street Fight. Grade: B. Gulak is absolutely hilarious, there is no two ways about it; the man is comedy gold and he showed that once again throughput the night and with his ring attire. The match itself was quite good with an incredible finish with Tozawa hitting his senton from the top through a table with a trash can over Gulak.
Hideo Itami is coming to 205 Live! While many will be disappointed that the former KENTA is going to the struggling 205 Live and not Raw or Smackdown where he could be a legitimate main eventer, there is no doubt Itami will bring much needed star-power to the Cruiserweight Division.
Tony Nese defeated Mustafa Ali. Grade: B- A rather good match once again which is no surprise given the two men involved. Ali is beyond incredible in the ring and makes the most difficult of moves look easy. I’m a huge fan of both Nese and Ali and believe both these men are future Cruiserweight Champions!
Rich Swann & Cedric Alexander defeated Ariya Daivari & Noam Dar. Grade: C+ Your standard tag team main event match here with the babyfaces getting the win. The brawl afterwards was better with the heels in the Zo Train all beating down all the babyfaces who battled throughout the night. This whole story and feud just has no heat behind it; they really need to change something up, but at the same time this could just be filler as we have a while until the next Raw PPV.